Results tagged “covenant of redemption” from Reformation21 Blog

Defending the covenant of redemption (part three)

Article by   November 2015
The present post is the third in a three part series addressing contemporary objections to the doctrine of the covenant of redemption (for parts one and two, see here and here). What follows is adapted from Michael Allen and Scott... continue

Defending the covenant of redemption (part two)

Article by   November 2015
The present post is the second in a three part series addressing contemporary objections to the doctrine of the covenant of redemption (for part one, see here). What follows is adapted from Michael Allen and Scott R. Swain, ed., Christian... continue

Defending the covenant of redemption (part one)

Article by   November 2015
The doctrine of the covenant of redemption (also known as "the pactum salutis" and "the counsel of peace") is a beautiful doctrine. It concerns the eternal purpose of the blessed Trinity to communicate the bliss of his triune life to... continue

Owenian musings on God's eternal decree

Article by   August 2014
I've been working of late on the doctrine of the pactum salutis, i.e., the eternal covenant between the Father and the Son concerning the redemption of elect sinners. Here, as in so many places, John Owen is instructive. Although it... continue
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